Yo Gotti Songs

  • Real Niggas Back (Remix)
    Real Niggas Back (Remix)
    Back in January, Young Greatness teamed up with Uncle Murda for a very surprising track. Lyrically, "Real Niggas Back" was exactly what its title seemed to suggest, but musically, it was a different story entirely. Underneath the gruff voices of the two MCs played a sample of indie rock mainstay Sufjan Steven's track "Age Of Adz," the title track of his epic 2010 album.
  • Blood On The Dope
    Blood On The Dope
    We’re two weeks out from Gunplay’s highly anticipated debut album, Living Legend, and today we’re blessed with another new record from it. Following last week’s “Be Like Me” collab with Rick Ross, Gunplay decides to come through and do it all over again, this time sharing “Blood On The Dope” featuring Yo Gotti, PJK, and Rick Ross once again.
  • Flicka Da Wrist (Remix)
    Flicka Da Wrist (Remix)
    "Flicka Da Wrist" has been everywhere over the last month or so, soundtracking many-a-vine, and eventually making its way from the internet to IRL, sounding off from clubs and cars everywhere. The new official remix should serve to push the record even further, recruiting the likes of Fetty Wap, Boosie, Yo Gotti, and Boston George for the occasion. Fetty and Boosie contribute the most memorable moments, in extremely different fashions, but everyone comes out in top form for the meme-ready collab. Which is your favorite verse? Let us know in the comments below.
  • 12
    12
    Snootie Wild may have delayed his new mixtape, Ain't No Stoppin' Me, but today he makes sure the fans aren't going hungry with a new leak off the tape. The project was supposed to drop last week but now has a release date of May 14th. For "12," we hear Snootie and his CMG labelhead Yo Gotti drop bars about their favorite number, relating every day shit to that magic number (twelve). Reazy Renegade provides cold production and DJ Drama blesses the track with one of his infamous intros and outros. 
  • Clean Up
    Clean Up
    These days DJ Clue is best known for hosting Fabolous' "Friday Night Freestyles" series. Today the powers of the internet gift us a Clue leak in the form of "Clean Up" feat. French Montana and Yo Gotti.
  • Do Me Like That
    Do Me Like That
    DJ Sense provides us with a smooth banger just in time for your weekend activities. The record from the "Trendsetter Sense" DJ features r'n'b veteran Monica, and two of the most raspy MCs in the game, Jeezy and Yo Gotti. We haven't heard from Monica in a while, how does she sound on this record? 
  • Can't Relate
    Can't Relate
    Diggy Simmons has been reaching for a radio single recently, and his new effort may be the one. Following up "Ain't Bout To Do," which benefited from a DJ Mustard beat and a French Montana feature, DIggy has come back with a Breezy new record that doubles down on melody. 
  • On Everything
    On Everything
    As promised, Waka Flocka dropped off the fifth installment to his Salute Me Or Shoot Me series on Wednesday night. Laced with 20 songs, the DJ Whoo Kid-hosted mixtape features guest appearances from Future, MGK, Yo Gotti, Offset, Juvenile, and many more.
  • Mexico
    Mexico
    Its been a minute since Boston George last impacted our front pages, but today he’s doing so in grand fashion. Linking up with Yo Gotti and Rossini, Boston George (who’s from Houston FYI) decides to release this new banger called “Mexico”.
  • Represent
    Represent
    T-Pain just dropped off his highly anticipated mixtape, The Iron Way, and he's picking up right where he left off. With that being said, there are plenty of sides to Pain, the slow-jam lady killer, the strip club obsessive, and the street rap hook king. "Represent" finds him filling the last of those roles, recalling his many iconic hooks on DJ Khaled's singles. 
  • Good Crack
    Good Crack
    Peewee Longway is setting himself up to be the next big rapper to blow up out of ATL. The rapper already has the right connections in place, after being signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 Records and affiliations with the Quality Control roster. It's possible that Gucci's incarceration put his career on hold for a minute, but the rapper isn't letting that bring him down too much as he delivers his new mixtape The Blue M&M Vol.
  • Exclusive
    Exclusive
    Just last night we got a new leak from Young Buck, with the high-energy banger "Count Me Out." DJ Whoo Kid is back today with yet another leak from the G-Unit member, alongside fellow G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks, Gotti and Lil Reese. "Exclusive" serves as cut from Buck's upcoming Before The Beast mixtape, which we learned about the other day. It's slated to drop in time for the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend, with a release date of February 12th.
  • Gold Medal
    Gold Medal
    If you need any help whipping the yola, Yo Gotti has got you. The rapper gives us a heavy dose of street-oriented raps on his new mixtape Concealed, hosted by DJ Drama, which dropped as a surprise (ish) earlier this morning. "Gold Medal" finds Gotti linking up with the Blue M&M himself, Pee Wee Longway, over dope production from Big Fruit. The two claim they should get a gold medal for how their cooking skills. #TeamYayo.
  • Oooh
    Oooh
    Coincidentally, just last week Future dropped a similarly-titled track off his Beast Mode mixtape (albeit, Future had five o's in his "Oooooh", but Gotti limits it to three). Gotti just delivered his surprise mixtape Concealed, hosted by DJ Drama, and it's loaded with features.
  • Real Rap
    Real Rap
    Yo Gotti just announced that he's readying a mixtape hosted by DJ Drama, Concealed, which the rapper plans to drop randomly this week (no release date will be set). However he still wanted to let fans know what's coming, and so Gotti leaked a cut off the mixtape today, calling upon Jadakiss for "Real Rap." Both raspy-voiced MCs reminisce about the good ol' days over a soulful sample. 
  • Better Than Them
    Better Than Them
    Today we get a big collaboration from Slow Bucks Over Everything crew, with Boosie Badazz, Yo Gotti and Rich Homie Quan. "Better Than Them" is a leak off Digital Trapstars' forthcoming compilation mixtape Screens on Lock: 4th Quarter Press. This record actually surfaced earlier this year on an SBOE mixtape, although it didn't pack quite the same punch as there were no featured artists on it. Now that SBOE's got assistance from Gotti, Boosie and Rich Homie, do you think it'll take off? Grab it on iTunes.
  • Only That Real (Remix)
    Only That Real (Remix)
    "Only That Real" was a stand-out cut from Iamsu!'s debut album Sincerely Yours. The album itself received mixed reviews, but "Only That Real" finds Suzy 6 Speed in his element, with a nice hook and a hyphy-inspired instrumental.
  • R.N.O
    R.N.O
    Red Cafe recently took on Drake's "6 God" beat for his own freestyle "Zo God," as he warms up for his upcoming compilation project In Us We Trust. Today we're following up that freebie with a new leak off In Us We Trust, an HNHH Premiere. 
  • 11/11
    11/11
    Yo Gotti has been impressing us with his latest cuts off The Art of Hustle. He's always been an underdog of sorts but it seems like that is slowly changing. Gotti drops off the latest leak from The Art of Hustle today, "11/11" with production from Infamous (who also handled Lil Wayne's "Krazy"), to follow up "I Feel Like" with Boosie.
  • Elvis Presley Blvd (Remix)
    Elvis Presley Blvd (Remix)
    With Hood Billionaire due out in twenty days time, Rick Ross is going full force on the promo. The MMG bawse delivered a new record last night off the album, "Nickel Rock" featuring Boosie Badazz (who has been rounding up a ton of features lately). As if that wasn't enough, the rapper returns this morning with a big remix of "Elvis Presley Blvd," now featuring Yo Gotti, Project Pat, Juicy J, MJG and Young Dolph.
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